Key health impacts of climate change likely to be underestimated
Berkeley researchers found that, without accurate measurement of climate variables like rainfall, we may be substantially underestimating the impact of extreme weather on the global incidence of diarrheal diseases
Brave Blue World
BWC Co-Director David Sedlak featured in new documentary Brave Blue World Documentary – A Perfect Storm For Water
AGU Outstanding Student Presentation Award
Liya Weldegebriel, advised by Sally Thompson, wins an Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) at last year's American Geophysical Union conference.
From Intermittent to Continuous Water Supply
A Household-level Evaluation of Water System Reforms in Hubli–Dharwad fromBWC Co-Director Isha Ray, professors John M Colford Jr, and Kara Nelson, and alumni Zachary Burt and Ayşe Ercümen in Economic and Political Weekly.
Geosyntec Groundwater Student Paper Competition
PhD candidate Emily Cook was one of the winners in the 2019 Geosyntec Groundwater Student Paper Competition.
Spotlights
Isha Ray
The human factor in clean water

BWC Co-director Isha Ray talks to Knowable Magazine about there are many cheap and effective ways to provide safe water to the world’s poor regions. But projects often fail due to inadequate planning, maintenance or persuasive power.

Michael Kipasky
Trust in water markets must be earned

Nell Green Nylen and Michael Kiparsky talk about  with markets increasingly viewed as a preferred (or even the only) solution to water challenges, faith in market efficiency must be tempered with a firm grasp of the larger physical and institutional context for water.

Ashok Gadgil
Removing Arsenic From Drinking Water in India

Professor Ashok Gadgil and his research team have set up a very efficient and cost-effective system called Electrochemical Arsenic Remediation (ECAR) for removing arsenic contamination from drinking water.